The Limits of Religious Thought Examined in Eight Lectures: Preached Before the University of Oxford (Cambridge Library Collection - Religion) Paperback – 20 Jul 2009
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When Henry Longueville Mansel delivered the prestigious Bampton lectures at Oxford in 1858, they resulted in a controversial book. Mansel - influenced by Kant and Hamilton - argues that the human mind is 'conditioned', denies the possibility of any knowledge of the absolute and asserts the necessity of faith.
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